Self Help Packets

In-Person Customer Service Closed

Effective Monday, April 6, 2020 |  Superior Court Clerk's Office Public counters are closed.

The Clerk's Office continues to provide online, phone and mail-in filing services Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. excluding holidays. Clerk modified services are detailed  here.

Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, use the updated calendar notes posted on the Clerk’s Office forms web page HERE when scheduling a hearing.


The Clerk's Office offers a variety of self-help forms packets for purchase. These packets include step-by-step instructions, along with the proper forms to proceed with your case. The types of packets available are:


  • Domestic/Family Law
  • Establishment of Parentage (Paternity)
  • Domestic Partnership
  • Guardianship
  • Adoption Break Seal
  • Miscellaneous Civil, Criminal and Juvenile

To find which self-help packet to purchase, please see the packet list (PDF) for a brief description of each packet and the cost.

Family Law Cases

If you have questions regarding which family law self-help packet to purchase, you can speak with one of our Courthouse Facilitators.  Please visit their webpage for more information about the services that they are able to provide.  

Purchasing Forms Packets

Self-help packets (PDF) are available for purchase online.  Visit www.snococlerk.com and select "Purchase Self-Help Packet" from the drop-down menu under Payment Option.  

Packet prices range from no charge to $40 (see packet list (PDF) for prices). The Clerk's Office accepts cash, money orders, cashier's checks, debit and credit cards. Personal checks are not accepted. All packet sales are final.

Once a packet has been purchased, an email will be sent to the email address you provided with the packet attached in .pdf format. It is the purchaser's responsibility to print out packets that have been purchased online.

If you do not wish to purchase packets online, you can purchase packets at the Snohomish County Clerk's Office, during regular office hours.  


If you do not need an entire packet, some individual forms can also be downloaded from the Superior Court Forms page or the Washington Courts website.

Notice: The Clerk's Office Staff cannot provide you with legal advice and cannot tell you how to complete the forms beyond the packet instructions.